Hull City manager Steve Bruce has admitted he would be interested in the England job but confirmed he’s not heard from the FA yet.
The Three Lions are looking for a new boss after their struggles at Euro 2016 and have held talks with Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce about the vacant position.
Bruce has also been mentioned as a possible candidate and the former Manchester United defender admits he couldn’t turn an approach down, but he has had no contact at this stage.
Speaking after his side’s goalless draw with Grimsby in a pre-season friendly on Friday, Bruce said: “It has not changed so you’d better ask other people about that. Nothing has changed and let’s hope there is [contact] – I have to tell you that.
“But at the moment if there is a call then it hasn’t happened yet.
“I think we are all guessing and when you are guessing and talking about speculation, of course with you guys [the media], social media, and all the things that go with it, you can’t control it,” he added.
“So if something happens I will be delighted to tell you and I’m sure the club will be delighted to tell you, but at the moment nothing has happened.”